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Alert Information issued for Tasmania

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An incident has started. People in the area should keep up to date with developments.



Fire permits are now required for the Whole State of Tasmania.

A fire permit can be obtained by free calling 1800 000 699

-TFS Fire Permit Period Declaration.pdf

AFAC Operational Review into the Tasmanian Bushfires 2018-19

For Campfire restrictions in national parks and reserves, see Parks and Wildlife Tasmania

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Review of the Fire Service Act 1979: Terms of Reference & Independent Chairperson

The Tasmanian Government requires the Fire Service Act 1979 to be reviewed and where appropriate, updated, to reflect contemporary emergency service practice and incorporate recommendations from major inquiries and reports.

Click here for further details.





Customer Service

TFS values sincere and courteous cooperation between our members and the community. To that end, TFS has prepared a Customer Service Charter, with accompanying Compliments and Complaints process and forms. Click here to access these documents.





FRAMING THE FUTURE STRATEGIC PLAN


The Tasmania Fire Service (TFS) and the Tasmania State Emergency Service (SES) aspire to stand out as major contributors to Tasmania’s and Australia’s emergency management sector. This Strategic Direction document represents an important step in our journey towards a common understanding of goals and objectives and will guide us in our collective efforts towards that goal. The Strategic Direction maps out our direction for the next decade.
         

 
Follow this link to see a map of where registered planned burns and permit burns are occurring today.

Follow this link to view the AFAC Independent Operational Review of the Management of the Tasmanian fires of January 2016